| Basics | Objects | Types | Hello World |
In ACDK, you can use all possible types that can be
used in C++.
Yet, if you want your code to be supported by metafeatures
like gargabe collection, serialization, debugging, scripting
etc., you should use types that are supported by
Just like in Java, the following types are mapped in
|bool||boolean||must be supported by C++-Compiler|
|byte||byte||mapped to (unsigned char)|
|jlong||long||must be supported by the compiler.|
Mapped on (long long) or int64
Please refer also to: Basic Types.
Types with 'unsigned' (unsigned long)
or 'const' (const int)are not supported.|
Also not supported are pointer (char*) and arrays (int).
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